Glasgow-Blatchford bleeding score
De Glasgow Blatchford bleeding score identificeerd patiënt met laag of hoog risico op een benodigde behandeling van een bloeding. 
Research authors: Oliver Blatchford, William R Murray, Mary Blatchford
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Model ID
348
Version
1.5
Revision date
2019-11-28
MeSH terms
  • Hematemesis
  • Hemorrhage, Gastrointestinal
  • Model type
    Linear model (Calculation)
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    Additional information

    In de eerste studie is de score ontwikkels met data van patiënten met hoog gastrointestinale bloedingen in 19 west-Schotse ziekenhuizen. Data van 1748 patiënten zijn gebruikt om een logistisch regressiemodel te ontwikkelen waarvan benodigde behandeling de uitkomstmaat was.

    In de tweede studie is de risicoscore prospectief gevalideerd in een groep van 197 achtereenvolgende volwassen patiënten die in het ziekenhuis zijn gekomen met hoog-gastrointestinale bloedingen gedurende een achtereenvolgende periode van 3 maanden in drie West-Schotse ziekenhuizen.

    Study Population

    Total population size: 1748

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    The Glasgow-Blatchford Bleeding risk score is:
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    Result interpretation

    De score classificeert patiënten als laag risico voor een behandeling voor bovenste gastro-intestinale bloedingen. Als, bij presentatie, alle volgende karakteristieken waar zijn: bloedureum <6.5 mmol/L, hemoglobine >130g/L voor mannen of >120 g/L voor vrouwen, systolische bloeddruk van 110 mmHg of hoger en een hartslag lager dan 100 slagen per minuut. 

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